Located in the heart of beautiful historic Salt Lake City, this world-famous hostelry offers the visitor an unexcelled view of Temple Square and other points of interest. Erected in 1891 of white terra-cotta brick, it is one of the outstanding objects on the Salt Lake City skyline.
In the roof garden high atop Hotel Utah, overlooking historic Temple Square and the downtown area, dining and dancing may be enjoyed in luxuriously appointed surroundings.
Mailed from Salt Lake City, Utah to Mrs. Paul Sharick at the Hotel Iowa in Keokuk, Iowa on June 26, 1949:
I'm listening to the music from the Roof Garden and wishing I were there. They stop dancing in this state at midnight.
This magnificent dining and entertainment room, high atop the hotel, overlooks historic Mormon Temple Square, offering a breathtaking view of the entire valley including towering mountains to the East and the Great Salt Lake to the West. The Sky Room is two rooms in one, permitting the guest to choose elegance of a classic French pavilion or the quiet dignity of an English Club room for dining pleasure.
This breathtaking setting in the heart of the business district overlooks historic "Mormon" Temple Square and commands an impressive view of the entire valley, including towering mountains to the east and sparkling Great Salt Lake to the west. Features dinner-dancing and luncheons.
A Mike Roberts Color Card
Intermountain Tourist Supply, Inc., Salt Lake City 1, Utah